Yes, GED Testing Service allows qualifying students to take the GED® test remotely from the comfort of their homes. You can read about the requirements and all details here.
The GED® and HiSET® exams are now available in online formats as well. So if your library meets the standards, you can take the tests there as well. Learn more here: https://bestgedclasses.org/online-proctored-ged-testing/ https://bestgedclasses.org/online-hiset-testing/ If you want to take the GED, HiSET, or TASC™ exam at a test center, check out this page where you can … Read more
GED® testing is now offered online as well for qualifying students but can also be done in person at state-designated testing centers. You can find all testing centers here: https://bestgedclasses.org/ged-test-by-state/ Scroll down to your state and then to your city or a city near you to see all the options. For more information about taking the … Read more
In general, GED® testing is okay at 16 if you meet your state’s requirements. To check your state, go to https://bestgedclasses.org/ged-age-requirements-state/
In practically all states, GED®, HiSET®, and TASC™ scores have no limited validity. Please contact a testing site near you for specifics in your state (remember, those people are there to help you!) All testing sites are found at https://bestgedclasses.org/ged-test-by-state/ You can take the GED, HiSET, and TASC subtests one at a time.
To schedule your GED® test, you need to create an account on the GED.com website. Here is a helpful manual: https://bestgedclasses.org/myged-registration/
To order your GED diploma/transcript go to this webpage and follow the instructions: https://ged.com/life_after_ged/
The price of High School Equivalency (HSE) testing varies from state to state, but in most states, the GED® fee is around $120, and the HiSET® and TASC™ are usually slightly cheaper. In California, though, students need to pay $35 per each of the 4 GED modules for a total of $140, but the state … Read more
The GED® exam has a passing score of 145 on each of the four subject area tests. Therefore, students need to reach a score of at least 145 on each subject test and a total score of 580 or higher across all four tests in order to receive their High School Equivalency credential. Scores are … Read more
Well, in most states you can just sign up for the GED®, TASC™, or HiSET® exam without having to first attend a prep course or taking a pre-test. But this doesn’t count for all states. Check out your state here: https://bestgedclasses.org/ged-test-by-state/ Check also this article: https://bestgedclasses.org/ged-without-classes/